We’re on sentence 18 of the LCC4 relay text:
ñamma jatāŋŋi ānen antānre il aþ ñi sanārme rā jatāna anhāri tā;
antāŋŋe refers to having a hole that goes from one side of the object all the way through to the other. A jatāŋŋe then is a hole, but a hole like a hole in a bucket and not a hole like a hole in the ground. So she made holes ānen antānre “quickly” and then … tune in tomorrow.